YV takes home Best Actress and Best Revival for Yerma at the 2017 Olivier Awards

We are overjoyed and honoured to have won two Olivier Awards at this year’s ceremony. Last night the talented Billie Piper won Best Actress for her role as ‘Her’ in Yerma, with the production itself taking out Best Revival. Our congratulations go out to all the winners across the categories.

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Following a sold out run in 2016, Yerma returns to the Young Vic this July.  The two Olivier Awards adds to Billie Piper’s previous wins for this role of; Best Actress Evening Standard Theatre Awards, Best Actress Critic’s Circle Theatre Awards and Best Actress WhatsOnStage Awards.

If you missed out on Yerma tickets for its run at the Young Vic, the production will be broadcast from 31 August by NT Live. For tickets and info, click here.

Check out some behind the scene snaps below:

Billie Piper after her Best Actress win.

Artistic Director David Lan with the Best Revival Olivier.

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Best Actress winner Billie Piper on the red carpet beforehand.

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Young Vic nominated for 4 Oliviers!

We are absolutely thrilled to have been nominated for 4 Olivier Awards for Yerma and Cuttin’ It. The biggest congratulations to all the cast, crew and creatives involved. 

The ceremony to announce the winners will be on Sunday 9 April, we hope you’ll join us in crossing your fingers and toes until then. More details on the nominated awards below.

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Best Revival
Yerma

Best Director
Simon Stone, Yerma

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Best Actress
Billie Piper, Yerma

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Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre
Cuttin’ It

You can watch the full Olivier Award Nomination ceremony here.

*Yerma photo credits: Johan Persson. Cuttin’ It photo credit: David Sandison.

The YV takes home 4 Oliviers

We are delighted and honoured to have won four Olivier Awards at this year’s ceremony.

Our hit production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge bagged three prizes; Best Revival, Best Actor for Mark Strong and Best Director for Ivo van Hove, while Bull, a co-production with Supporting Wall, took home the award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre.

Following sold out runs here at the Young Vic and in the West End, A View from the Bridge picked up more Olivier awards than any other play this year, adding to the two Critics’ Circle Awards for Best Actor and Best Director the show received earlier in 2015. On collecting his Olivier for Best Director Ivo van Hove said “London has been so generous to our work. It felt like coming home.”

Check out some behind the scenes snaps below.

Best Actor and Best Director winners Mark Strong and Ivo van Hove on the red carpet

Young Vic Artistic Director David Lan with Executive Director Lucy Woollatt on the red carpet and Ivo van Hove and David Lan chatting to press after collecting the award for Best Revival. 

  

Mark Strong accepting his award for Best Actor and three of our four Olivier awards post ceremony.

  

Mike Bartlett, Ben Monks, Clare Lizzimore and Sam Troughton – the Bull team with their Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre award. 

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For more behind the scenes photos from the night, have a flick through the album on Facebook and to read more about the Oliviers and all of this year’s winners, click here.

A View from the Bridge was broadcast live to cinemas on 26 March by NT Live. There’s still a chance to catch it with encore screenings taking place at venues around the world for a limited time. For tickets and info, click here.

 

 

We’ve been nominated for 11 Olivier Awards!

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We are absolutely delighted to have been nominated for a staggering 11 Olivier Awards, the highest number of nominations for a single venue. A View from the Bridge, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Scottsboro Boys and Bull have all been recognised in this year’s nominations – congrats to all involved! Read below for the full list.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed for the ceremony on Sunday 12 April when the winners will be announced!

Best Revival

A View from the Bridge 

A Streetcar Named Desire 

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Phoebe Fox for A View from the Bridge 

White Light Award for Best Lighting Design

Jan Versweyveld for A View from the Bridge 

Best Sound Design

Tom Gibbons for A View from the Bridge 

XL Video Award for Best Set Design

Jan Versweyveld for A View from the Bridge 

Best Actor

Mark Strong for A View From The Bridge 

Best Actress

Gillian Anderson for A Streetcar Named Desire 

Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre

Bull 

Best Director

Ivo Van Hove for A View from the Bridge

Best Actor in a Musical

Brandon Victor Dixon for The Scottsboro Boys